Crayola Model Magic Fun Pack
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- Crayola Model Magic 4 Oz: White
- Made in USA
- Application/Usage: Clay Craft
- Assembly Required: No
- Color: White
- Sold as 1 pack
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Crayola Model Magic 4 Oz: White
Budding sculptors, potters, and animation artists get a chance to explore the medium of clay without the disappointment of crumbling dough or the fuss of kiln firing. This soft, spongy modeling clay is especially easy for young hands to mold into animal shapes, box lids, beads, or holiday snowmen: the possibilities stretch as far as the imagination. Preschoolers who need to strengthen their writing hands (for kindergarten readiness) will especially benefit from lots of clay playtime. No oven baking is necessary; the clay hardens on its own within 24 hours. Once an individual clay pack is opened, however, all the clay needs to be used in one modeling session, since reuse is not recommended. This set contains three bags of clay (blue, red, and green), three cutout shapes (flower, hippo, and elephant), and three sculpting tools. Extra colors can be purchased with the Variety Pack.
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Update: As much as I tagged about how easy this was to do, unfortunately when it dries out will crack. I did it twice and my second time around the cracks were worse than the first time. (See photo) trying again tonight, let's see if the cracks appear again.
Update: Okay, I did it again and this time I mixed in my hands longer and this time I smoothed it out and got great results. It's now been a few weeks and still no cracks. (See updated photo)
This stuff is seriously easy to work with. It doesn't exactly harden like clay though.